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Celebrating women’s contributions to the ASAA

Celebrating women’s contributions to the ASAA

Kathryn Robinson on Connecting and Learning across Disciplines

Kathryn Robinson is Emeritus Professor in the School of Culture, History & Language at the Australian National University. She was President of the Asian Studies Association of Australia in 2009-10. In this post, she reflects on how the ASAA facilitates connecting with other women academics and learning across disciplines. Read more in this series celebrating […]

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In Memory of Elaine McKay, 1935-2023

Introduction Elaine McKay had a long and distinguished career as a school teacher in Melbourne, an academic in the Faculty of Education at the University of Tasmania and as the inaugural executive officer of the Monash Asia Institute. She then became the director of the Australia-Indonesia Institute (inside the Department of Foreign Affairs) where she was

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Celebrating Women’s Contributions to the Asian Studies Association of Australia: An Introduction

This special series of Asian Currents reflects upon and celebrates women’s contributions to the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA). The series features posts from women who have made significant contributions to the life of the ASAA through various service roles including on the Council, Asian Studies Review, the Women’s Caucus/Forum and Women in Asia

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